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have the opportunity to hear from all landlord. i would like to welcome judy wu. judy? [applause] >> my name is judy, and i am currently housing six veterans. they are great attendance. they pay on time. nice and clean and no complaints. i think the program is great. i am really thankful. thank you. [applause] >> as we said, we have veterans that are here. we have federal and local partners here. we will allow the press to talk to us individually. thank you for being here, and we will make ourselves available. thank you so much. [applause] >> good morning. welcome to of the opening ceremony of san francisco general hospital! [applause] i am barbara garcia, director of health for the city of san francisco. we know the mayor is on his way. we are going to go ahead and start. this is a proud day for all bus. first of all, i want to thank all of you san franciscans for your support of the san francisco general trauma center. thank you. today, we dedicate your commitment to your own health, your family's help, and the help of all these city. -- your family's health, and the health of
. what kind of attention is it getting? >> on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas. jim pinkerton, and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. >>> this week the "new york times" published an extraordinary story which got a lot of attention and stirred up a lot of concerns. titled secret kill list proves a test of obama's principles and will. it was the front page story. here are a couple of the quotes. mr. obama has placed himself at the helm of a top secret nominations process to designate terrorists for kill gelycapture of which the capture theoretical. mr. obama is the liberal law professor who campaigned against the iraq war and torture and then insisted on approving every new name on an expanding kill list pouring over terrorist suspects biographies on what one official calls the macab baseball cards of an unconventional war. first of all, jim, the story is pretty extraordinary but the paper must have had some extra other access to get it? >> i suspect they did and got it right
, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we have the latest on the violence and efforts by the international community to make a ceasefire hold. >> brown: then, we turn to politics and talk with former minnesota governor tim pawlenty- - a co-chair of the romney campaign-- about the 2012 presidential race. >> mitt romney has a specific set of proposals on the table, the president is ducking, hiding, weaving, bobbing on those issues. won't lead, won't propose and he is hiding on one of the most pressing issues of the day and that's unfortunate. >> woodruff: as congress investigates leaks about war tactics, from drone strikes to cyber attacks, we talk with a journalist who has reported on the secret programs. >> brown: spencer michels looks at one city's plan to combat obesity and diabetes by discouraging people from drinking sodas. >> people in richmond, california, are debating a controversial measure on the ballot, to tax sugary beverages. >> woodruff: and we close with a profile of the newly named 19th u.s. poet laureate-- pulitzer prize winn
, and at the heart of this --i want to thank another property owner. judy is here. you know, if anybody out in the public wants to add to what visa is doing or others in terms of moving costs and furniture, we will person late thank you for that effort. this is just san francisco. we need to do this all over the country, as our president has said. i want to honor that, because it is a national commitment we are fulfilling here in san francisco. for all our partners here today, we can make sure we end homelessness in san francisco. thank you for all your help. thank you. [applause] >> @ would like to welcome the members of the rules committee, the board of supervisors. supervisor kim, supervisor campos, supervisor farrell. >> i want to thank the mayor and bevin dufty for inviting as. as someone who represents the tenderloin and 150 otis, which i am so excited about -- we can fund subsidies. we can fund services. but we need partners and property owners. shelter is an issue our office has been prioritizing. we are trying to figure out what we can do to improve our situation. it is men and wom
. but there are two people that i want us to single out for today's event. that is marie jopling and judy otto. [cheers and applause] you know how you read in the paper about most famous folks in technology? there are those names, right? those companies and those names we read about every day. but we should all hope for having one of those famous people in our lives, and that is to marie and judy really are. these other two women who i think single-handedly moved me into social networking, kicking and fighting the hallway. because i was not born into technology. i really had to be dragged there. but these two women have really seen the relevance of what social media, what technology can do for all of us, this ability really to connect us, to make sure that we do not miss our families in another part of the world. they have managed to figure out ways that, when it comes to budget time, to use it in the most effective way. again, if you see marie or judy today, because i do not think any -- there in the room -- there is judy. a round of applause for judy. [applause] she also makes the best britt
landlord. i would like to welcome judy wu. judy? [applause] >> my name is judy, and i am currently housing six veterans. they are great attendance. they pay on time. nice and clean and no complaints. i think the program is great. i am really thankful. thank you. [applause] >> as we said, we have veterans that are here. we have federal and local partners here. we will allow the press to talk to us individually. thank you for being here, and we will make ourselves available. thank you so much. [applause] >> thank you. good morning, everyone. thank you very much. as many of you know, i'm a person that doesn't like a whole lot of drama. but i do want to make sure that we take this opportunity to enjoy. this budget is one that's important to all of us, it certainly is one to me and one that reflects a lot of great work. first of all, let me thank everybody for coming this morning. certainly board president david chiu for helping me co-host this and carmen chu and her work with us already started and will help guide us, along with board president david chiu on all of the hearings that the rest o
? >> on the panel, fox news writer judy miller. and monica crowley, jim pinkerton, and host of the alan colmes radio talk show, alan colmes, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. nbc news has been characterizing the race as too close to call. >> the wisconsin recall elections are too close to call. >> it's awful close and there's a lot of absentee ballots yet still out. >> all wisconsin polls are closed aen now we can officially report on fox, that it's too close to call. >> wisconsin's scott walker becomes the first governor in american history to survive a recall vote. >> jon: turned out to be not that close. scott walker wins governor of wisconsin again, winning the special recall election, called by opponents of his policies and supported by unions and some in the liberal media. here is one reaction. >> this is not going to be an easy night for many broadcasters, who are liberal. this is not going to be an easy night for this broadcaster to say that many' shocked and stunned is pretty much an understatement. >> jon: so there you had it, ed schultz from msnbc. was his reaction typical, j
morning, everyone. i'm judy woodruff of pbs. i'm honored to be here this morning with such a distingui distinguished panel of leaders and to be participating in this important conference on the future of development as it inter60s with democracy and with the issues of security in the 21st century. at a time when the world is growing not only more complex but more and more interconnected, we know that it is more critical than ever to pay attention to the needs of every country for as we have learned as one nation and its people are in distress, there are repercussions for the entire region, surrounding and ultimately for the entire world. this morning we are so fortunate to have with us three current and two former heads of state all women who play or have played instrumental roles in leading their own countries through historic transitions and over key hurdles in development. of the 197 countries in the world, only eight of them today are led by women. so to have three of them together at one time is unusual and it is a great opportunity for all of us here this morning. each one of the
] >> and now, we will have the opportunity to hear from all landlord. i would like to welcome judy wu. judy? [applause] >> my name is judy, and i am currently housing six veterans. they are great attendance. they pay on time. nice and clean and no complaints. i think the program is great. i am really thankful. thank you. [applause] >> as we said, we have veterans that are here. we have federal and local partners here. we will allow the press to talk to us individually. thank you for being here, and we will make ourselves available. thank you so much. [applause] >> good morning. i want to thank everyone for coming. you can tell by the group as an old -- assembled around me that the mayor has a big announcement to think. i want to thank the supervisors for taking time out of their day to be here. we have the police commission, fire commission, command stocks of both police and fire, the current class in the police academy, and the presidents of local 798 and the poa. without further ado, the mayor of san francisco, ed lee. >> good morning. thank you for joining me here at the san francisco po
the opportunity to hear from all landlord. i would like to welcome judy wu. judy? [applause] >> my name is judy, and i am currently housing six veterans. they are great attendance. they pay on time. nice and clean and no complaints. i think the program is great. i am really thankful. thank you. [applause] >> as we said, we have veterans that are here. we have federal and local partners here. we will allow the press to talk to us individually. thank you for being here, and we will make ourselves available. thank you so much. [applause] >> attendees learned about the benefits of digital literacy from various speakers. >> the things your learning, the things you're living, that we all are living, it all involves technology. >> workshops. and even a performance. >> ♪ we want to stay connected at there is a big old world out there i may be over 60, but i love those mp3's we are savvy users ♪ >> they also featured an onsite computer cafe, complete with personalized assistance. >> my organization is community technology networks, and we unite volunteers and organizations to transform literacy. fol
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